Adapting for the Future

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 11:30 AM – 5:00 PM Tour 12 Tours
Separate Ticket Required

While Nashvillians lament iconic buildings neglected or lost over time, the community wisely stopped the destruction before it was too late. Creative and intriguing adaptations of once-abandoned buildings with strikingly beautiful materials, architecture, and design have shaped a vibrant development landscape of rich reflections of the past. Trolley barns, a boot factory, an automobile manufacturer, and a hosiery mill are just some of the original uses embraced in awe-inspiring ways in building Nashville’s future. These adaptive-use treasurers also help shape the character of the interesting districts they are located in. Join us for this tour around “adapting Nashville,” including a visit to Old Glory, a speakeasy located in what once was the boiler room for White Way Cleaners!

Things to Know

  • $125 per person.
  • Tour departs from the Music City Center. There will be a check-in table and sign indicating the meeting location for your tour group. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure.
  • Lunch included.
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.